Orchard Park, N.Y. – If Bills fans are looking for the games on T.V. this season, it’s going to take a sellout.
According to the Buffalo News, the Bills have rejected the NFL’s new, more lenient policy on television blackouts.
Under the new policy, teams would not require a sellout three days before game day for the game to be broadcast. The relaxed policy would drop the required ticket sale number to 85 percent of non-premium seats.
Bills’ CEO Russ Brandon cited worries about losing season-ticket holders and increased fees to the league as reasons for rejecting the policy.